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1. Introduction

Morphology is the branch of linguistics that study analyzes Morphemesmorphemes (the smallest units of linguistic form and meaning) and how they constitute words. Despite the fact  1 thatAlthough words are generally accepted as being the smallest units of syntax, it is clear that in most (if not all) languages, words can beare related to other words by rules. The rules some, which result in generally clear kind of patterns in the ways words that words are fromedformed from smaller units and how these they interact in speech? . In this wayBy clarifying those rules and their resulting relationships, morphology is the branch of linguistics that studies  2reveals patterns of word-formation, and morphological linguistics attempts to construct a language’s grammar based on the knowledge of the its speakers. of those languages

1.1 Morphemes

Morpheme As indicated in the introduction, a morpheme  3 is the smallest linguistic unit of language that has linguistic form and semantics meaning. In spokenoral -language, morphemes comprise phonemes (the smallest unit of sound/speech), whereas make up morphemes; in written language, they are constituted by graphemes (the smallest written 4 unit representing sound/speech). compose morphemes….

1.2 Lexemes

A lexeme is an abstract unit of lexical a wordmeaning 5 to which inflections (e.g., suffixes) can be added to reflect gender-, tense-, number-, or person-relevant grammatical information. For example, give, gives, giving, given, and gave form a single lexeme (that is, ; they are all forms of the same entity one and share the same root meaning  6 entity). A concept of word unit withThe set of words with all of its no inflections is called a the lexeme  7 , moreover,; however, at the root of each lexeme is a lemma, which is a word unit having with minimal or no inflection is called a lemma and constitutes the canonical or citation form of a set of words that share the same lexeme 8 .

1.3 Compound

Using the wikipediaWikipedia definition, In in linguistics, a compound is a lexemeword  9 (a word) that consists of more than one other lexeme. There are three types of compounds—An: 1) endocentric compounds, whereby where the compound serves the same linguistic function as one of its parts,  10 such that AB is an instance of B (e.g., teaspoon); 2) exocentric compounds, where in which the compound fulfills a new function, such that AB is neither an A or a B, but rather a C associated with AB both (e.g., birdbrain); and 3) copulative or combination compounds, whereby AB is a combination of A and B (e.g., producer-director).

Explanations

1. Introduction

Morphology is the branch of linguistics that studiesy Morphemesmorphemes (the smallest units of linguistic form and meaning) and how they constitute words. Despite the fact that words are generally accepted as being the smallest units of syntax, it is clear that in most (if not all) languages, words can beare related to other words by rules. These rules produce some clear kind of specific patterns in regarding the way words are fromedformed from smaller units and how theyse interact in speech?  1 . In this way, morphology is the branch of linguistics that studies patterns of word-formation, and attempts to construct a language’s grammar based on the knowledge of the its speakers. of those languages

1.1 Morphemes

A Morpheme morpheme is the smallest unit of language that has linguistic form and semantics meaning. In oralspoken -language, morphemes comprise phonemes (the smallest unit of sound/speech) , whereas  2 make up morphemes; in written 3 language, graphemes (the smallest written unit representing sound/speech) compose morphemes.….

1.2 Lexemes

A lexeme is an abstract unit of lexical a wordmeaning 4 to which inflections (e.g., suffixes) can be added to reflect gender-, tense-, number-, or person-relevant grammatical information. For example, give, gives, giving, given, and gave form a single lexeme (that is, one meaning entity). A concept of A word unit with no inflections is known ascalled a lexeme;, moreover, a word unit having minimal or no inflection is called a lemma.

1.3 Compound

Using the wikipediaWikipedia definition, In in linguistics, a compound is a lexeme (a word) that consists of more than one other lexeme. There are three types of compounds—An: 1) endocentric compounds, where AB is an instance of B (e.g., teaspoon); 2) exocentric compounds, where AB is neither an A orneither an A nor a B but a C associated with AB (e.g., birdbrain); and 3) copulative or combination compounds, whereby AB is a combination of A and B (e.g., producer-director).

 

 

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